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Spring 2014 issue

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  • List of Contributors – Spring 2014

    List of Contributors – May 2014 Fiction Haunted – Amy Solov Secrets of Eugene Onegin – Julia Fowler   Nonfiction Pictures in My Heart – Siqi Liu   Poetry Black and White – Sophie Jupillat Ghost – Haley Lunde Him – Eliza Newman I AM WHO I AM – Kelsey Kirk Leaf in the Fall…

  • Haunted

    Author: Amy Solov Grade 11 at Oliver Ames High School 1st place Live Arts Contest Haunted The haggard man sat cautiously on the plastic seat of the train. He had a crumpled one-way ticket in his left hand, a small green trash bag in his right. The bag held what little belongings he still had—a…

  • Winter Fishing

    Artist: Aaron Long Title: Winter Fishing Grade 12 at Perryville High School 1st place Live Arts Contest ____________________________________________________________________

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  • Him

    Author: Eliza Newman Year: Junior at USC 2nd place Live Arts Contest     Him   You fall in love Faster than a calendar changes pages It happens so over and over again   That it stops being love   But it’s not quite lust either You don’t fawn over bodies and breasts You fawn…

  • Secrets of the House

    Author: Kaleigh DePetro Grade: 11th at Woodbridge Senior High School 2nd place Live Arts Contest     Secrets of the House   There are secrets in this house. I can feel them whispering with every creak of the floor boards, Paintings with wandering eyes. Things that disappear, Gone, without a trace. I know things I…

  • Leaf in the Fall

    Author: Lexi Baysinger Year: Sophomore at Greenville College   Leaf in the Fall It had been a good year. I still remember unfolding from the bud that I started out as on this wonderful oak tree. It was a good caregiver, my home tree. It provided just the right amount of water to help me…

  • Rooted

    Author: Annie Reyes Year: Sophomore at Greenville College   Rooted She resembled an oak tree. Tethered by the seasons that carved their initials unto its trunk. Not once shaken by the brutality of a windstorm, nor moved by the flowers that grew beside it. She kept still while the world ran around in circles. Voluntarily…

  • Black and White

    Author: Sophie Jupillat Year: Senior at Rollins College  Black and White Black high heels clicking on the smooth cement, white from the morning sun White collared shirt, with shadows black, the pencil skirt black. Black pillow of the night with the white gibbous moon resting on its black surface White, white head of the moon…

  • Ghost

    Author: Haley Lunde Grade: 12th at Carlton High School 1st place Live Arts Contest   Ghost As I sat in the school hall this morn’ I took notice of the wakening rise, Making the school seem old and worn. As that light just rightly tilted against the floors, Dusty old ghost prints made their way…